Antiquity Fraud in Israel In Israel authorities indict four antiquities collectors and dealers believed to be involved in a sophisticated scheme to forge some of the most important biblical artifacts found in the region.
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Antiquity Fraud in Israel

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Antiquity Fraud in Israel

Antiquity Fraud in Israel

Antiquity Fraud in Israel

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In Israel authorities indict four antiquities collectors and dealers believed to be involved in a sophisticated scheme to forge some of the most important biblical artifacts found in the region.

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Jonathan Tagis, deputy head of the fraud division in the Jerusalem District Police